Pasadena and DTLA.
The first two volumes in my new series titled, “Los Angeles Street” are now online. This project was inspired by a question I often wrestle with, “What should Street Photography in Los Angeles look like?” I have been working very hard to answer that question for myself, trying different approaches to depicting the beauty of […]
Better late than never… East Hollywood & DTLA…
Corner of Grand and Pico, Downtown Los Angeles 2007. This is one of my favorite photographs from my archive. It perfectly illustrates just how much this part of Los Angeles has changed in the past decade or so. This store is still there but it’s the only part of this picture that remains in place.
I’ve been going deep into my archives for a presentation at this year’s Photo L.A. fair and thought that I’d share a few of my favorite images from a while back. All the photographs in this post are from 2006/2007. Los Angeles has changed a great deal since then, the contrast between what some of […]
Perspective is one of the most overlooked aspects of street photography. Photographing easy targets and lazy narratives is accepted and often celebrated. Throughout history photography has been used to amplify the exoticism of the other as a means to frame a changing world for mainstream consumption. Street photography is not immune to that narrative, in […]
Photography from my commute during the first week of 2019…
Last installment of Weekly Recordings in 2018. Thanks for following along as I relaunched The Los Angeles Recordings, much more coming in the new year!
This week I had the opportunity to photograph people in Downtown Los Angeles, an area I have a long relationship with. It’s an incredible place to shoot.